News Round-Up 16 December 2019

IMO 2020 News Round-Up 16 December 2019 – 15 days to 1 January 2020 Ship and Bunker: Singapore: HSFO Still Most Popular Marine Fuel in November But HSFO now less than than 50% of the total volume as distillate & LSFO sales hit record highs. Read in Full https://shipandbunker.com/news/apac/620092-singapore-hsfo-still-most-popular-marine-fuel-in-november Top 10 Bunker Suppliers for 2020 … Read moreNews Round-Up 16 December 2019

IMO 2020 presents challenges and opportunities for container shipping lines

Hong Kong Shipping Gazette article 23 October 2019 – reposted http://www.shippingazette.com/menu.asp?encode=eng  INDUSTRY experts have raised fresh concerns over the container shipping sector’s ability to recoup higher fuel costs that stem from the International Maritime Organization’s (IMO) new regulation that ships use maritime fuel with a sulphur content capped at 0.5 per cent, starting from January 1. … Read moreIMO 2020 presents challenges and opportunities for container shipping lines

In the news – Sulphur 2020 Update 15 October

As it is only 78 days to the introduction of the IMO Sulphur 2020 Cap, it is not surprising that there is a lot in the news about the latest developments, trends and compliance. So we are going to be producing regular news updates featuring the key stories for you to look at. The latest … Read moreIn the news – Sulphur 2020 Update 15 October

Key Stakeholder Organisations issue Joint Industry Guidance for IMO2020 – Ship & Bunker

CIMAC, IPIECA, and IBIA are among a number of key industry organisations that today released a Joint Industry Guidance on the supply and use of IMO2020 grade bunker fuels. The publication is designed to provide guidance for stakeholders across the marine fuels and shipping industries, from fuel blenders and suppliers to end users, the group … Read moreKey Stakeholder Organisations issue Joint Industry Guidance for IMO2020 – Ship & Bunker

Indonesia to enforce IMO2020 After All – Ship & Bunker

Intertanko says Indonesian officials have confirmed the country will implement the upcoming IMO2020 global 0.50% sulphur cap on marine fuel from January 1, 2020. The clarification came during a meeting earlier this month between Intertanko and Indonesia’s Directorate General of Sea Transportation. The country plans to issue further clarification on its position in due course, … Read moreIndonesia to enforce IMO2020 After All – Ship & Bunker

IMO2020: Maersk Bullish on Scrubber Economics – Ship & Bunker

Bunker price movements are looking very favourable for the economics of scrubber equipped tonnage, says Maersk CEO, Soren Skou. In comments made last week during the firm’s latest earnings call, Skou said the relative price movements of high sulphur and IMO2020 compliant low sulphur bunkers it was looking like ‘’great business’’ to have a scrubber … Read moreIMO2020: Maersk Bullish on Scrubber Economics – Ship & Bunker

IMO2020: Stena Oil unveils Scandinavia 0.50% VLSFO Supply Plans – Ship & Bunker

Stena Oil says it is ready to supply IMO 2020 compliant 0.50% max sulfur VLSFO fuel oil in Scandinavia. Delivery in the Skaw – Gothenburg range is via barge. The straight run upon product meets ISO 8217:2010 RMG 380 spec with typicals that include a density of 0.945 kg/L, viscosity of 234 cST, and a … Read moreIMO2020: Stena Oil unveils Scandinavia 0.50% VLSFO Supply Plans – Ship & Bunker

Are you prepared for the Sulphur2020 Cap? – Riviera Maritime Media

Ships which do not have an exhaust gas cleaning system capable of limiting pollutants to the required level will have to burn only low-sulphur fuel oil from 1 January 2020. Such ships will be allowed to have non-compliant fuel onboard (but in segregated tanks and not to be used) during a grace period up to … Read moreAre you prepared for the Sulphur2020 Cap? – Riviera Maritime Media